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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDGli DAILY HEtULD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Cross Benchers Scattered. Round Indiscriminately Some Funny Mlxujis OTTAWA. Veb. Journal publishes the following today: "The seating arrangemants in the new houBc of commons are beautifully oblivious of new political orientations. When construction of the clumber way begun and tho first rambling of coming political upheavals were heard it was thought provision would made for segregation of the promised factions and groups, but Architect 1'earsoD. whose artistic SOTI! remains utterly unmoved by the raging polit- ical storms without. ha provided for two parties and two parties government and opposition. "The result Is'that the various pol- itical schoole are curiously and amus- ingly mliel Thus, for eismple. T. A. Crerar. the Moses who is going lo lead tha farmers out of (he bondage of Toronto uutl the protectionists, finds himself seated side by eldo by tbat good Torontonlan, protectionist and potential Unionist leader. Sir Thomis White; auj the. cross-twacli- are scattered indiscrim- inately among Chitnrioians whoee econ- omic prophet is Mr. Cocksliutt and gods ani-supposed to be Indus- trialism's tal! chimneys. "Nor Is ihut all. F. who WIE .the falher'Of a short- lived third pariy of his leader of restless Conservatism and a caaual Journalistic supporter of Mr, Drury, Is seated with rotoran Conao! Mr. Willi .lltam Smith. :l ho.once con- Quickly Conquers Constipation Don't let constipation poison your blood and curt ail your energy Ifyourlr.-erandbo-.vel3 don't work prop- c r 151 take CARTER'S Little Liver Fills today and your trouble will cease. For dizziness jack nf appetite, headache and blotchy skin nothing can equal them. I'urelf .vegetable. Small Pill-Small Small Price DH, CARTER'S IRON' PHiS, Nature's Rreat; nerve and blood tonic for RkeuaatUm, sortexl Ttltli the 'gluger group.1 onca very to the fore but now in comparutlTc desuetude. "The Liberals are grouped pretty uniformly la tho seals of the opposi- tion. Mr, King shares a desk with -Mr. Fielding; Mr. Lemicus is a desk- mate of D. D. McKcnile. and Mr. I.a- pointe sits with Mr. llureau. "Sir Robert Borden's seat is to be left vmsnt. All the other ministers 1 occupy tho positions they had occu- pled in tho Victoria building in which the last sejfiou was held, of tho support of tho radl- cab. A girl skips lightly into the room, leaps to the inerble rooirom and la- Names tho smouldering brolm of the oj her creed of violence. Tien she leaves IVtrogrsd for New Yort aj in envoy of destruction {real of the radicals. How she finds her living In (plunder in New Yuri and how whole fury o( her heart IE directed her owu (alher, who Is known to htr caly us a ftoue-hearted money king, forms the theme of the unnsual film draaia. D-srothy Phillips.' slur of "The Heart Humanity." rises lo dramatic heights in si dual rule in her latest starring vehicle. "Thi' Itlght to Hap- piness." She li sensationally turn- pestuouB as Souln. the liule comrade of the reaeslonu-lee. and f-istidlous and self-CfntreJ as Vlvlaa. iici- twin sister, daughter of tho money lord. Stowell. tor hie excellent supporting work in "Tho Heart of Humanity" and "Des tiny." two previous Universal sue cesses, supports Ihe star, Robert Anderson, Hector Sarno, Henry Har- rows. Winter Hall. Margaret Maim. and Alma Ben- uett are the other members of the cast. Tho production was written and produced by Allen llolubar, wlio also BARTER'S TVER mobile aocldeut in which one of male flames, Infuriated by tho man- ner In which ele played with bis affections, plunges thena both over a high crtff, I The picture Piramount-Artcrafi and IB played by an cicollent company. Hunlley Gvr'doi: is Mrs. CaslleY lead- lag uun, unil Cbarlts was the director... J 4 In, bis .ivonrtorphy Ezg Crate' Waltop." Al. Bt. John, in his grest comedy hit, are being offered for the last times loolght. f ISIHWFCT created Heart uf HuniHiiilr." Huns Beginning to Understand What it Arc Preparing u uro sii r calculatB.A to .enable the supreme' to Itself to'tb'e unusual tas U.c Ai MpJNENS COIO ci-cim. It ii t ;fie ilcin. U cot ETDK- btli. 'Personal Liberty." Question Is Raised and AnjvVered in "The Invisible Billy' Ofwald, the famous Scotch comedian, wjjl appear at the MaJeslIc theatre tonight in his new comedy with music. ''The Goose Girl." -Jingling tunes, laughs, colorful cos- tumes. pretty, girls, clean, wholesome comedy and. picturesque scenery go to make "The Gooso Clrl" one of the season's musical treats. himself, has been seen in many a funny role, but his clinracter in this play Is by far the most ludic- rous. that this 'exponent of fun has yet offered theatregoers. He has the same excellent company that appeared here wjth him on his last trip and they can je depended upon to assist him in bringing out all the laughs that are crowded in tho two acts of "The Goose Girl." Some of lha song hits are "Is Tli'a', a "Farm "Tell "Dreams." "The Only Girl in the World." "The Lily ana "Puritan "Quack! OPENING AT THE EMPRESS WON This Is Better Than Laxatives NR TibUt Night Fer AW.eK W1K Correct antf Cvnxlant Posing wry. Try N. rmd wean A poorly nourished tio-Jy Jow vHslitir. Poor rllmlnation means fermentation, putil- JsclioTi.nnd the of poisonous which. Jirc itbsorhitl by tho tilowl find curried tlirousb t'tie body. The result is dlrzlnnsa, coated Inactive liver, Mllouc altrtcks, Ius3 of energy, nerv- ousness, poor flppelile, Impovoristicd sallow comploxlfin, skin disease, and oiten tlinea serious IH- TA.SS, Ordinary laxatives, purges nnd salts, olEn, cnlomel and tho relievo for a few lioura, but real, ItiaLlnj? benefit can only come through uso of that tones ami FlrcnRthens the as wtl] na lha tlimlnutlvo orgaits. Oet a 25c box Natures Rtmedy XNR Tableis) anf] tafce talviel night for a week, will follow Ihe very first, but a few daya "will i-lapfe Lefora you feel nnJ realiza the fiiiiot lieneJlL U" hen you g6l ttrslglitcntd out on A feel Just right yon need rot take mciJIdno MI occasional Xlt will tht-n your tyctcrn In gooJ p'nl you will always feel your btsi. lumcraber, keeplni; well Is anil cheaper than gctling well. Remedy the husband, and as usual Is debonnstre, suave and genteelly convincing. Vljooli directed the photoplay. MONROE SALISBURY AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE LAST TIMES TONIGHT round athlete he Is. He receives es pert euport from a remarkably fin( Including Vola Yale, Harvej Clark, Charlei K. French and many others of equal prominence. Never yet, In Ihe present review. opinion, his there been a picture veittrn, locale boasting so hlth a of plot per :loid Bar one so shrift ia Its ao> tla'n 'ud lii acting. Tot afford not to. sc< "Six Fset rour." AT COLONIAL MONDAY The Pour Eddy Slslers, who will-be the headline attraction oil the iiew "Hili" vaudeville show at the Colonial on -Monday and Tuesday, will offer their unusual 'Variety "A Study .in1 Daintiness." The Four Eddy Sislers, besides possessing raar'K- ed abtlily as" teriiEicborcan artisTes; have musical voices which good advantage in render; ing some clever singing numbers. Stunning, costumes and some, novel electrical pndvfscenlc'; effects to the tastin'ess ot (he Four Sisters act. Rotladi .uiid'Jliller in their latest comedy of, Musical will prove to be a versatile and capable pair of performers. Both cos- discovers thafher views on "personal I "ppear in fashionable evening liberty" are the tame as he- jealth of new cd Muroia the- right, wilii otlier .men. In tho end Leila meets tniiic death through an auto- 'nnil that she .reserves' ush marrisd, to1 material, HottBCif'and Miller will 1 ig feature on the new show on Mon- ay and Tuesday. Hawaiian mhsi6 of the right cnlibrf never fails to please in vaudeville and WANT TO SEE THIS "Biff, Blng, is the catchy title of the original overseas musical comedy revue which the famous "Duni- bells" are offering here at the 'Majes- tic theatre on Wednesday, Feb. 25. The as they were call- ed in France where they gave over five hundred performances to our Can- adian soldiers, Is an organization of soldier-actors, who were chosen by Capt. M. W. Plunketl from practically every branch of the service. Every member of the cast ami a record of at least, sixteen months' ser- vice' to his credit before joining the entertainment cccps. Their performance, while given en- tirely by soldiers, is lines to tho big musical revues, so much in vogue in London and N'ew York, and Ihe boys play everything from girls to prlma dounas. The costumes and scenery are the last word In gor- geousuess and song and dance' numbers, most of which were written especially by some ot England's best composers, are bril- liantly sung executed. ETHEL CLAYTON'S WOMANLY CHARM GRACES.PICTURE Jlonroe Salisbury, the popular char- acter actor, will be seen at the Colon- ial theatre for the last limes tonight (Salurday) !n his latest big feature, "His Divorced Wife." a splendid Eli- reel special' attraction. Jim Corbett In the fourth episode ot "Tho aud a funny comedy. "Monkey In which whole menagerie of wild animals are used, will complete Ihe Bhoiv. Con- tinuous performances all day are be- ing given at the Colonial today. "SIX FEET FOUR" ENDS RUN HERE TODAY If you haven't yet been to the Star- land theatre lo seo Willlaiu Hussell iu his lalest six-reel American special, "Six Feet don't fail to put it on your list for today. This is the final day of its showing. "Six Feet Four" hag been Ing audiences, whg are unanimous in declaring it far away the biggest and most dramatic .screou iijuducilori they have seen this year. "Big Bill" of course. Is the intrepid "Six 'Feet Four" him- only acts, lo perfection tho straight drama opthe play, hut per- forms thrilling feats of horseman- wresting and marksmanship, it all in that easy, quiet way which labels him the splendid all- It Proves Strong Weapon in Winning Husband IrT''Women's The weapons by which Kthel Clay- ton wins her husband back In en's the new Paramount picture in which she is starred, which is to be shown at, the Starland Mon- with the--appearance on the bill of day and Tuesday, are not the same lotion KJF Sfiin Jack La musiclaires-l as those employed to win her screen J. fe'Co.j Ltd., drug- "of this particular following, and yet In a senae they aro gists. ship, doing Her Baby Girl Had Fearful Eczena "Jfmotheft only knew the value of D. D. D." wt'ilit A, Aihby of 4S3 Wrilc litr for the itorr of how p. D. 0. cutwl her bibi'of a of that corercd Ihe had Aadftce. We keep on tbfte from all parti of tclliocof by the liquid Tmh. Whr not ret iwltltoru. D.D.todai- no oar poilUve fumnitel Itch sort tike music, Try D, D. anil Better.than GET A" For Liver I1h.l25cBoX OPEN SORES And Old Ulcers Healed By "ABSORBIHE JR." 'Hie difficulty ol treating ordinary Ulcers, Old Sores and Varicose Vcini has always been a source of much ivritation to the physicians; and especially 'jo, when the leg is involved. f The thing to do is to apply "Ali- SORBINE JR." The way this famous liniment relieves pain, reduce; in- flammation rind the growth of healthy closes up old, stubborn sores, is astonishing. "ABSORBING JR.'' Is a vegetable termkirle tliat is absolutely Kift; does not stain or grease thc'clothing; and gives certain relief for cuts, bfuisc-s, swellings, boiU, felons, and wherever there is pain. J1.25 a most rlrujguic fir sent by W. K. Yot.vo. IKC 1......-" "ling, Momrca. Ladies Let Guticura Keep Your Skin Fresh arid Young Dotft Wait for Wet f A What the Press Agents Say A MONSTER FEATURE COMING TO COLONIAL The'Star ohambor sessions of tho Ktiaslan' soviet arc relentlessly un- veiled "in "The Jlfglil lo the Universal photodramz ot modern Krissia, wlilch foa r.eit to the Colonial theatre, The sfjoctator sees tlio ?.nd coliorts o( the two rrlnclpal Kns- slan ngltators in the of iloriit'lts in Hilk-liiitted envoys ;irrive from JJcr- lln. They leave an Issno of gold with llio moner-luslera ami retire, conddent SQUEEZED TO DEATH Whsn body begins stiffen and movement bccome3 painful it ia uoually an L-.dicalion that the kidneys arc out of order. Keep those organs healthy by toting COLD MEDAL Tho world's standard remedy for Liver, bladder and uric add Famous since 1595. regularly anil itetp In gooj health. All druggists, !fc. A box. GuiranUKcl ta rtpreseotcd, Utk for r. them NOW. 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JOHN, M.S., TO GLASGOW- Mar. 11 Pretorlan Mar. 30 Sicilian Apl. 19 Pretorlan MONTREAL, QUE., TO GLASGOW May 19 Sicilian June 2 Pretorlan June 23 Sicilian July Pretorlan EMPRESS OF FRANCE, FROM QUEBEC May 7th June 4th July 2nd (Pasaport application formi supplied.) Call or rrlle for tall Inforatfr tlon, C. I'. It. Ticket OfHco, JA3. GORDON 1 Depot Ticket Agent PHONE 61E Tickets isaitcd'on all oifctr At lanUo llnei. ;